''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

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''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Dontaskme » Wed Jun 22, 2016 7:45 am

To assume that 'Nothingness' is impossible - you'd also have to assume that 'Somethingness' is impossible.

Reality can only ever be ''ONE THING'' or ''NO THING'' = Same Difference.

What IS ..what appears to be, is actually No thing.

What IS is without doubt...who knows this? THIS does.

This is the Absolute.

The ONE knowing THIS cannot be known because it is IT

Can a circle get outside the circle without separating itself?

No.

Proof that although Some thing appears to be, it is in all actuality No thing.



Please discuss.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Harbal » Wed Jun 22, 2016 8:40 pm

Dontaskme wrote: Proof that although Some thing appears to be, it is in all actuality No thing.

Please discuss.
Therefore, there is nothing to discuss, you moron.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Hobbes' Choice » Wed Jun 22, 2016 8:43 pm

Dontaskme wrote:To assume that 'Nothingness' is impossible - you'd also have to assume that 'Somethingness' is impossible.

False.


Reality can only ever be ''ONE THING'' or ''NO THING'' = Same Difference.



False.


What IS ..what appears to be, is actually No thing.



False.


What IS is without doubt...who knows this? THIS does.

This is the Absolute.

The ONE knowing THIS cannot be known because it is IT

Can a circle get outside the circle without separating itself?

No.

Proof that although Some thing appears to be, it is in all actuality No thing.



Please discuss.
Yes. Let me see... everything you have typed is rubbish; and self contradictory. No, it does not even deserve that, it is simply false. There is no merit to anything you have said.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Harbal » Wed Jun 22, 2016 8:53 pm

Hobbes' Choice wrote: Yes. Let me see... everything you have typed is rubbish; and self contradictory. No, it does not even deserve that, it is simply false. There is no merit to anything you have said.
I knew we would be in total agreement about something at some time, Hobbes.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by HexHammer » Wed Jun 22, 2016 8:57 pm

...pure nonsense and babble thread! Why must I suffer so much?!?!?

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Post by Harbal » Wed Jun 22, 2016 9:08 pm

HexHammer wrote:...pure nonsense and babble thread! Why must I suffer so much?!?!?
You seem to go out of your way to look at things that make you suffer. Are you some kind of masochist?

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Hobbes' Choice » Wed Jun 22, 2016 9:21 pm

Dontaskme wrote: Proof that although Some thing appears to be, it is in all actuality No thing!

Please discuss.
I think the burden of proof is on you to prove that your post is something worth thinking about.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Dontaskme » Wed Jun 22, 2016 9:36 pm

Hobbes' Choice wrote:
Yes. Let me see... everything you have typed is self contradictory.
I'm not typing.. the action is just happening all by itself in boundless empty space.Everything is as it is.

How or what or when or who or why or where it is, that is imagination...

...real imagination.Imagination is solid thought. Think On These Things

As for ''self contradiction'' do you mean like a shadow appears when you walk in the sun, it is there and it isn't there?

Thanks for the discussion.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Dontaskme » Wed Jun 22, 2016 9:46 pm

HexHammer wrote:...pure nonsense and babble thread! Why must I suffer so much?!?!?

In this mysterious land..it looks around for something solid to fight ..something it can sink it's teeth into...there is nothing...so it fights shadows.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Hobbes' Choice » Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:34 pm

Dontaskme wrote:
Hobbes' Choice wrote:
Yes. Let me see... everything you have typed is self contradictory.
I'm not typing.
PRICELESS!!! :D :D :lol: :lol:

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Dalek Prime » Thu Jun 23, 2016 2:17 am

What I don't fathom is, how anyone can confuse something with nothing. And then make a big deal out of it, with no point made. What use is all this something? It's much ado about nothing.

And speaking of something or nothing, where are my posts disappearing to? My count goes down on a daily basis, not that I care. But still, they may have been half-decent posts... Maybe... But I don't know what's gone.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Dontaskme » Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:09 am

Harbal wrote:
Dontaskme wrote: Proof that although Some thing appears to be, it is in all actuality No thing.

Please discuss.
Therefore, there is nothing to discuss, you moron.

Log on to the inner-net and be kind to your mind (or not).

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by HexHammer » Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:02 am

Harbal wrote:
HexHammer wrote:...pure nonsense and babble thread! Why must I suffer so much?!?!?
You seem to go out of your way to look at things that make you suffer. Are you some kind of masochist?
No, it's that I'm starved of a good intelligent debate, since everybody write something that small children could have come up with, so I never get an elevated debate.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Dalek Prime » Fri Jun 24, 2016 4:56 am

Like the above sentence.

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Re: ''Something'' and ''Nothing'' are the same ONE

Post by Dontaskme » Sat Jun 25, 2016 8:23 am

We are all accustomed to believe that everything is made of something. We are taught that matter consists of molecules and that molecules are made of atoms which are themselves made of even smaller components. This line of reasoning makes sense initially but, as seen below, it cannot be sustained.

The notion that matter is made of something quickly leads to an infinite regress. If something is made of other things, what are the other things made of?
And so on, ad infinitum.
We are left with no choice other than to accept the truth that matter is made of nothing.
But how can this be? How can something be made of nothing? What is the logic?

The best way to understand the logic behind an ex-nihilo universe is to use an analogy.
Just as zero is the sum of all positive and negative numbers, nothing is the sum of everything positive and negative.
It sounds absurd but nothing is, in reality, everything. This means that all properties/things must come in complementary/opposite pairs so as to sum up to nothing.
It follows that any imbalance (a non-zero sum) must be corrected so as to conserve nothing.
Change/motion is thus nature's way of correcting a violation of the mother of all conservation principles, the conservation of nothing.
This law is applied universally, i.e., non-locally. The universe is one, as it's name implies.
What begins ends, nothingness sustains.

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